Keynote Speakers

Dr Cheryl Johnson

Dr Cheryl Johnson graduated from the University of Auckland in 2004 and completed advanced training in Geriatrics and General Medicine in 2013.  She is currently employed at Waitemata District Health Board as a consultant Geriatrician with a specialist interest in stroke rehabilitation.  Cheryl was appointed as the Clinical Director of Geriatric Medicine in 2017.  Cheryl has been the Director of Physician Education at Waitemata District Health Board since 2015 and oversees a training programme with nearly 70 Basic Physician Trainees.

Cheryl was the Co-Chair of the Adult Medicine Basic Trainee Curricula Renewal Working Group from 2013 until 2018.  She has a keen interest in medical education and how workplace based training and assessment is delivered.  Cheryl is excited about the new curriculum in Basic Physician Training and is keen to foster further discussion around implementation at the “coalface”.

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Scheduled
Monday 6th May

Education (ED)

Waitakere 1

11:05am - 12:35pm

How can we make physician training work in the workplace?

Directors of Training will discuss ideas for maximum benefit and minimal disruption to training settings implementing the new RACP basic training programs.

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